Splash! Schedule

Times: Splash! Fall 2017 will be held on Saturday, November 4th. Usually, classes run from 11:00 a.m. to 5:50 p.m., with 50 minutes for each class. First-time teachers teach one class with multiple sections, and returning teachers can choose to teach one or two classes. It’s up to you to choose what blocks you want to teach (you could teach from 10:00 a.m. -10:50 a.m., then come back and teach from 3:00 p.m. - 3:50 p.m., if your heart desires). Fill in your availability accurately when you register your class - we’ll use this information to schedule it. We usually serve lunch to students in Warren B25 from 1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m., and we will be meeting right after the opening ceremonies at 10:50 a.m. to take the group photo.

Location: The event will be held on the Cornell Campus, in the Agriculture Quad. Classes will be held in Kennedy, Warren, Mann, Plant Sciences, and Weill Halls, with check-in and opening lecture in Plant Sciences.

Check In: On the day of Splash!, please check in a half-hour before your class starts. Once you check in, you will be given a t-shirt, classroom materials, and directed to your classroom. We ask that you arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled start of your class.

Teaching at Splash!

Who: We want anyone that is interested in sharing their passions! It doesn't matter if you're a freshman who has a passion for Biology or a graduate student with a passion for dance. If you have something that you are passionate about and are willing to teach a course, we'd love to have you join us! We accept both individual applications and group-taught courses, as well as courses sponsored by campus organizations.

What to Teach: Anything! Literally, anything. Keep in mind the time, material, money, and space constraints as you plan your class. If you are still stuck, check out our past catalog.

Deadlines: Please email splashcornell@cornell.edu for information about how to apply in the Fall.

Teacher Training: There will be one teacher training session for all teachers. Look forward to it! Professor Duff will be teaching the sessions - he is an amazing lecturer, and he will keep you on your toes.